An explanation of the works of art: Baroque, Pop art and Abstract expressionism works that fit into the context of the time period is given. I compare three works in terms of form, content, and subject matter.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 11:45 pm ad1c9bdddf
As you compare all three works in terms of form, content, and subject matter using the terminology and concepts that you have learned in the course, I have no idea which terms you have studied since I am not in your class. However, I offer you some notes to explain the similarities and differences in the styles of the works and the context in which they were made. I also offer you some research in order to help you to compare and contrast their aesthetic qualities and symbolic significance, as well as the artists' points of view.
First of all, from the Baroque genre, you might research "The Feast of Acheloüs" from Peter Paul Rubens.
In terms of its form and aesthetics, you might look at how it reflects classical style since Rubens provides a "retelling of the tale found in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Theseus (in red) and his companions were returning from Crete to Athens when they encountered the River Acheloüs" (http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/rvd_p/ho_45.141.htm). Because the piece contains these mythological allusions, it is quite aesthetic in form and classical in ...
This solution compares Baroque art, Pop art and Abstract Expressionism by looking at specific artworks of each genre and providing an analysis on form, rhythmic spread, statement and others . All references used are included.
Choose three works of art that are from the same time period or style and that have a similar theme. Works must come from one of the styles or time periods that we study in Unit 4 or Unit 5. (Examples of styles are: Baroque, Romantic, Impressionist, German Expressionist, Cubist, Abstract Expressionist, Pop Art, and Post Modern).
be a 1200-1500 word critical essay about the three works of art you have chosen. The goals of a critical essay are to evaluate and analyze the art works based on research, using the vocabulary and concepts you have learned. Your attitude should be detached. The "critical" aspect of the essay refers to this detached attitude, not whether you react positively or negatively to the works. Your essay must include the following points:
A description of the works including the style.
A summary of the artists' personal philosophies of art (if they can be found in published sources), the prevailing trends and schools of thought in the art world at the time and in the place the artist was working. For instance, what was going on in the artists' city, country, church, that the artist or the people around him/her may have been reacting to. Any other information that might help the reader understand why the artists made the choices they did and where they were "coming from."
An explanation of how the works fit into the context of the time period.
Compare the three works in terms of form, content, and subject matter. Using the terminology and concepts that you have learned in the course, explain the similarities and differences in the styles of the works and the context in which they were made. Compare and contrast their aesthetic qualities and symbolic significance, as well as the artists' points of view. Your personal point of view that you have developed throughout the paper will be summarized here. As with the preceding three sections, you will write in your own words, supported by research.
You should quote the sources internally in your paper, include a reference page at the end of the paper, and attach copies of the 3 works of art at the end of the paper. Note: Make certain your paper conforms to the requirements of the APA format, including internal citation. For additional information and resources on APA, visit the APA section of the Library, available under "Library Features."
Submit the following with your draft:
A fully developed rough draft of the assigned portions of the essay, including a title, introductory paragraph (introduction) with a thesis statement, body, and conclusion (use APA formatting, including double-spacing);
Appropriate in-text citations and a References list (use APA formatting).
Choose works "with a similar theme"; choose three works from the same artist, or three works with the same subject matter (St. Sebastian, for example), or by artists of the same general time period, or three works with a similar theme (such as tragedy). It''s important that the three works you choose have something in commonView Full Posting Details